National Fair Housing Alliance
Beltway Poetry SlamWed, Sep 25 2019, 1 - 3am
NFHA is partnering with the Beltway Poetry Slam to feature a specially themed slam focusing on fair housing, preserving Dr. King’s legacy, and fighting back against Trump’s attempts to dismantle civil rights protections.
Defend Civil Rights CoalitionMon, Oct 7 2019, 6 - 7pm
The #DefendCivilRights Coalition is hosting a special Twitter Storm on the opening of the new term of Supreme Court. We'll highlight the groundbreaking Inclusive Communities Supreme Court decision that upheld the right for victims of discrimination to bring Disparate Impact claims.
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under LawWed, Oct 9 2019, 8pm - Thu, Oct 10 2019, 9:30pm
With less than 3 weeks left to submit comments opposing HUD’s attack on crucial civil rights protections, join leading legal experts and advocates for a panel discussion on the sweeping impact that the Trump Administration’s proposed rule that would on our ability to challenge discrimination in the courts. Click here to RSVP.
Georgetown Law Civil Rights Clinic
Georgetown Law Civil Rights Clinic Comment Writing PartyThu, Oct 10 2019, 7 - 9pm
Take 10 minutes to educate yourself and submit a comment on the Trump Administration’s rollback of a major civil rights rule. Light refreshments will be served. To learn more, please contact Heather Abraham at email@example.com.
Southern Poverty Law CenterThu, Oct 10 2019, 9pm - Fri, Oct 11 2019, 10:30pm
SPLC will host a "live" and "virtual" comment writing party to encourage people to submit comments in opposition to the proposed Disparate Impact Rule. Click here to learn more.
National Fair Housing AllianceSun, Oct 13 2019, 9 - 11:30pm
NFHA will host a comment writing party at the Anacostia Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC. The event will feature world reknown poets including Pages Matam, Lady Brion, Black Chakra, Meccamorphosis, and Kenneth Morrison. This event is designed to help reach our goal of getting 100,000 comments. Click here to RSVP.
Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid MichiganTue, Oct 15 2019, 11am - 1pm
Grab a cup of coffee any time between 7-9am; stay for a few minutes or as long as you'd like. We'll have computers available and be on hand to help you craft comments, tweets, and Facebook posts; together our voices can make a difference. No experience with submitting public comments is necessary! Let's get to work opposing this effort to undermine our ability to enforce the Fair Housing Act.
Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing CouncilTue, Oct 15 2019, 7 - 10pm
On October 15, 3-6pm, stop in to talk with Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council staff about the current state of fair housing in Wisconsin, and write a letter or submit an electronic comment to HUD about newly-proposed limitations in the way the government will enforce the federal Fair Housing Act. Click here to learn more.